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    Hey guys,

    Its been an ongoing project of mine, I just fully detailed her yesterday so I just wanted to share. I need better pics but this was taken with my point and shoot.















    and one of the house with the car.


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    beautiful stang

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    So so clean. Love it.

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    I fully expected to **** whatever was in this thread, but it's actually pretty nice looking.
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    awesome looking car

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    Damn, wasn't expecting this. Definitively the best one I've seen yet.

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    Very clean Stang, and would love to own one.

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    This Stang is on point.
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    very clean domestic, looks great
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    Wicked clean.

    I'mma fan.




    The Kia has been parted.

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    OOF. That's MEAN. 100% love it.


    If it's worth doing, it's worth doing right.

    Your blast pipes look stupid.

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    thanks guys, I never have been a big domestic car fan but I felt this would be a very unique platform to work on. so far the aftermarket is huge and fairly cheap comparing to comparable cars

    that g8 is on point.

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    so beautiful, this is how a mustang should look.

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    Looks sooo good.

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    Love it! So clean, if I had a mustang I would want it to look like that

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    Quote Originally Posted by shark tales View Post
    Can we just focus on this for a minute, gang? This is what domestic perfection looks like.
    - Bagged '98 Chevy S10 - Stock '88 Volvo 240DL - Broken '87 Mitsubishi Starion ESi-R - Also Broken '87 Shelby Lancer #707/800 -

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    Quote Originally Posted by Daviticus View Post
    Can we just focus on this for a minute, gang? This is what domestic perfection looks like.
    haha thanks man Im flattered, perfection is a strong word. I am very happy with how it has turned out. the car has a few minor details left to be worked out and then itll be done

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    You've done very well with this car, I'm eager to see how you polish it off. Nice job, man.

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    Sits superb, very nice.

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    Cool stang beast bro. no foreal though, it looks good =)

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    Im not gonna lie,
    it looks really good.

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    Ever though about a gt-500 front bumper, that was the direction I would have gone for had I pulled the trigger on one of these, and again the fitment is perfect.

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    looks awesome!

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    Very sick stang man

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    It feels refreshing to do something new to common platform, doesn't it? Love this and can imagine how many Mustang owners would liken it to a VW to boost their ego and opinions of how a car should be modded. Don't give in though, this is perfection.
    My first JDM project after decades of European cars!

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